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Old 10-09-2022, 09:09 PM
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Surprises me that it has been just 1-month short of 6 years since someone posted in this thread.

Char-Griller Akorn Jr. Kamado here (new to me this summer). My first 'egg' grill and it is terrific now that I've gained the needed experience in using. Does everything we need and does it well. The only drawback is minor. The hassle of using charcoal. But, a cheapo waterproof patio storage box has solved that problem and holds everything (charcoals, hardwood chips, non-petroleum starters, etc.). Once organized, charcoal is simple.
I just happen to be in the market for a new grill and came upon this thread.
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Old 10-20-2022, 10:15 AM
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Surprises me that it has been just 1-month short of 6 years since someone posted in this thread.

Char-Griller Akorn Jr. Kamado here (new to me this summer). My first 'egg' grill and it is terrific now that I've gained the needed experience in using. Does everything we need and does it well. The only drawback is minor. The hassle of using charcoal. But, a cheapo waterproof patio storage box has solved that problem and holds everything (charcoals, hardwood chips, non-petroleum starters, etc.). Once organized, charcoal is simple.
I have the Akorn Jr as well. Amazing how hot that thing can get. My general use grill is an old giant size natural gas stainless steel grill that I bought at Sam's Club waaay back in '02. Damn thing is still in terrific condition although the automatic lighter no longer works, but that's a very minor thing.
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